Thu 18th May 2006, 9:19pm
Selina, I was thinking of commenting about being called a troll (in the RfC) just for using Wikipedia Review but you beat me to it (though it wasn't until after the fact that I noticed).
QUOTE(sgrayban @ Thu 18th May 2006, 6:00am)
-- no such article
04:57, 18 May 2006 Shanel deleted "Wikipedia:Requests for comment/Tony Sidaway 3" (content was: '#REDIRECT User:Tony Sidaway/Requests for comment/Tony Sidaway 3' (and the only contributor was 'Shanel'))
FTR, I asked for it to be deleted and dropped. That's my fault that I didn't provide a backup for everyone to read, sorry. Please don't blame Shanel, she did as I asked.
Tony Sidaway has this backed up in his userspace (keeping it breeds more negative feelings but some admins never listen, and why would my saying so stop them).
Link was previously provided - I don't think Sidaway will delete it from his userspace - he tends to keep things so he can look at them later and laugh at who posted.
blissyu2 - I went by 'Sunspot' at the time. Don't ask, I don't remember where I made that name up from. I think it was a random thing. Interestingly enough, I'm still known as that on one talker (amazing there are still talkers left).
I e-mailed FeloniousMonk to make sure my comment (above) was noticed and added (because sometimes
, I enjoy causing trouble): "I should not be held accountable for what my friends choose to do any more than my friends should be held accountable for what I do - that is a completely absurd and ridiculous notion. Oh, and you can go ahead and label me a troll because I post on Wikipedia Review. As you pointed out, wikipedians have no rights - nor do they have any right whatsoever to question authority on Wikipedia in or outside the wiki."
I figured you'd like that one. I love using sarcasm as a weapon.